With a green light from NASA managers, space shuttle Atlantis and its six-member STS-132 crew is ready to fly May 14.*The first test of the fully integrated Launch Abort System for the Orion crew vehicle was successfully completed at the White Sands Missile Range on May 6.* Guenter Wendt, the first pad leader for NASA's manned space program, died at his home in Merritt Island, Fla., following hospitalization for congestive heart failure and subsequent stroke.* NASA's Terra and Aqua satellites continue to help the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration keep an eye on the recent Gulf oil spill.* At the Dryden Flight Research Center, the newly-dubbed Full-scale Advanced Systems Testbed, or FAST aircraft, has begun flights to demonstrate the workings of its Research Flight Control System.* The team that operates the NASA rovers already on Mars, Spirit and Opportunity, was honored by the Space Ops Organization with its 2010 Award for Outstanding Achievement.* For the second consecutive year, the nasa.gov Website was honored with a People's Voice award in the Government category by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences in its annual Webby Awards competition.* The Rockets to Race Car exhibit has a few more pit stops to make this spring, including the Darlington Raceway, the Charlotte Motor Speedway, and the Kentucky Speedway.